Search teams involved in the hunt for a missing vet have sealed off a second area where human remains have been found.
North Wales Police have been searching for Catherine Gowing, 37, since she was reported missing on October 15.
On Wednesday, search team officers discovered human remains in a shallow pool within a field in Sealand, Deeside.
Today, they said more human remain were found by an off-duty police officer close to the River Dee in Higher Ferry, Chester.
Ms Gowing, who is originally from Clonlee, Co Offaly, in the Irish Republic, was last seen on Friday October 12.
A 46-year old man, from Gynnedd, North Wales, has since been charged with her murder.
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